Cutting, folding, colouring and pasting was what my family and myself were doing on our Sunday afternoon. Invited by Canon Singapore and thelovingmum.sg, we headed down to the Burger vs Wings + Bar, or BWB for short, located at the 11th floor of Orchard Central. It is a spacious restaurant and a nice spot to host a small private event like this. The food served in the private area were pretty much child-friendly such as small burgers, French fries, pastas and thin crust pizzas.
During the Canon scrapbook event, I was introduced to the Canon’s PIXMA wireless printer and their latest new product, the Rayo R4 mini projector. The Rayo R4 mini projector was totally compact in our pockets and perfect for watching movies at home. With the price of $499, there is a purchase promotion going on until 31 May 2015 which you will get to receive the Manhattan Fish Market meal vouchers worth $50. The last redemption date will be on 14 June 2015.
The Canon’s PIXMA MG7500 series wireless printer is an excellent and easy to use printer. With it’s high print resolution up to 9600dpi and fastest photo printing speed for 21 seconds on a borderless 4R photograph, this printer’s wireless connection is seamless with the help of it’s PIXMA Maxify app on my iPhone. Just connect to the MG7500 series on my iOS wifi setting, open up the app, choose my photographs and send it to the printer.
In this event, I have to use the PIXMA MG7500 series to print out four family photographs and paste them in the scrapbook. The photographs printed was very crisp and the colour tones were natural.
With the materials handed over to me, my wife and myself just enjoy the process of getting our hands busy. Kayden also did his part in pasting the papers even though on the later part, he fell asleep.
The whole scrapbook making took us two hours and it was really enjoyable. Back in my memory, the last colour printer that I had was the Canon Bubble Jet printer which the resolution was only 720 dpi. Today, I can get to see how fast Canon’s technology has advanced in making our lives easier and better. I am also happy to meet up with some other Singapore family bloggers and get to catch them in action doing art and craft.